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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta page 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tiieffclay, June 2i. 1013 M'iflO RITISH NBEA CRACK English Championship Matches Opened Yesterday-Grace of Canada a Winner McCARTY'S SHARE OF GATE ONLY $26 FRAUD SOMEWHERE IN CONNECTION WITH .RECEIPTS OF FATAL FIGHT Wimbledon, England, June S3. - The match betweea the American, Maurice McLoughlln, of San Francisco, and the English prack, H. Roper Barrott, who were drawn together in the first round of the English tennis chaippionship here today ended in a vactorir for McLoughlin by three sets to two. The match was fiercely loiight throughout and ran its whole length before the more youthful competitor was able to overcome his English rival. Excitement among the Ijig galley pf spectators ran high . teom start to finish, and McLoughlin was accorded a gratifying reception wfcen. his triumph was annomiced. The correct score in the. McLough-lin-Barrett match was .4 to 6 ; 8 to 6 ; I'to 6 ; 6 to 2 ; 8 to 6. . In the t^ird.set; Barrett, pulled himaetf together and proyed far better both at the back line and at the net. IHfe tooJc fireTga^^esr in succession, r" t :n".:.� sun intebf^eres ;| Ws the lourth set starled, the sun, ] I which was hitherto hidden, appeared, f The American then {jitablishp'd a lead i 5 Of three .games to one.^ani lost only . |dne other i�^fe^t..His aer-' vice was again W fere in this set, while his side line drives were magnificent. In the fifth set McLoughlin- secured ft lead of four games to two, by fine net play. With a great rally Barrett made it "four all" in the. sixth game and took:,the'flfest alter an  exciting exchanged: The' American then recovered aha^ woii the tenth aiid 'eleventh game? and'tlie matctij i ' '^"^ CANADIAN �WI>fS B.p. Sowengers, ;the COULON AND BURNS IN TEN.ROUND DRAW Kenosha, Wis., June 23.- .Johnny Coulou, bantam champion, tonight fought a ten-round draw with Frankie Burns. For four roudds the two bantams bo.xed toe to toe, without either gaining the advantage. ? ? ? > FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS OF WESTERN CANADA WILL MAKE TOUR OF THE WEST Fort he's A WILD CAT New Orleans, June 20.-Young Denny, of New Orleans, and Wild Cat Ferns, of Kansas City, welterweights, have been matched for a twenty-round fight here pn July 4. "/Iiliam Team Granted Permls-n by Ontario League-Se'cured Crack English Player Fort William, Ont., June 23.-The New Ontario Football League executive tonight granted the C. P. R.^club, Western Canada champions, permission to make a tour between July-IS and oO.^ Games will be played at Ken-ora, Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina and Calgary. Oroadview and Neepawa have written tor games, and may be satisfied. Jerry Dean, the famous outside right of the English first division, joined the champions yesterday. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES Natldial CRAVATH'S DAY AT B.A.T Boston, June 23,-Philadelphia bated James' delivery to all,parts, of the lot today ami.BostbhwaS defeated 3, to 8. Many y'o| the .visitors' .dri*^ were for extra b^es.Cravath getting two doubles," a Home run and a single in five times at bat. Score: Philadelphia ... ... ......... 8 15 3 Boston ..................... 3- 10 3 Brennan and Killifer ; James and Whaling. MATHEWSON WON HIS GAME New York,' June 33.-New York and Brooklyn split even on a double-header, IJrooklyn winning 'the first game, which was a ten-inning affair, by i to 2, while the Giants won the second game easily 5 to 1. Scores : First game^ Brooklyn .................. 4 8 0 New York .................. 2 9 3 Regan and Miller ; Fromme, Cran-dall and Meyers. Second game-Brooklyn.......... ,...... 15 5 New York ... ,........... 5 S. 1 Curtis, Tingling anj. Miller ; Math-.fwsbhiand itfeyers. ' i ; American ATHLETICS HAND IT TO RED SOX Philadelphia, June 33.-Hard hitting by Philadelphia featured |today'^� game and Boston was defeated-by "13; to 4. Houcli, who succeeded Brown in the second inning, pitched' good', ball and was accorded perfect port. Score : Boston ......... ,........ 4 Philadelphia ............... 13 li. Collins, Moseley, Foster Carrigan ; Brown, Houck, Schang. sup- 7 1 15 0 ' and and R. b; benjamin Manager of the Australian cricket team, arid promoter of the present tour of Canada and United States. . REFEREE DECLARED BOUT AT MEMPHIS NO CONTEST JEANETTE made no ATTEMPT TO DISPOSE OF jeff CLARK Memphis, Tenn., June 23.-Wlmt was to hav? been an eight rOund bout hiero tonJght between Joe Jeanette and Jeff Clark, o� Joplin, Miss., negro heavyweights, was stopped by the referee in the last round and declared "no contest." eanette had the better of the bout from the start, and in the opinion of the referee, was making no effort to dispose of his opponent. RIVER BALL TEAM HAS YET TO TASTE DEFEAT COWLEY GAVE LEAGUE LEADERS CLOSE RUN ON SATUR-DAY m OiSTRICT FOOT BALL KH HERE LY5 Macleod Will be Visitors Here -League Opens Dominion Day CANADIAN LAWN BOWLERS WON ANOTHER MATCH Defeat Penarth Yesterday by Ten Shots-The Scores London, June 23.-The Canadian bowlers today ivon their match against Penarth by ten shots, the scores �being: KnowlesSO, Nash 12, Rice 20, Pettt-gre'w 23; Chapman 18, Reese 12; Mc-Taggart 17, Ward 23; Farrow 17, Chambers 12. Cowley, June'23-The Ilivor team won thqir fifth victory Saturday ov.-ening by defeating thq local nine on the River's grounds by a score of 16-14. The Rivers were strengthened by Sutherland and BeuU of the CP. R. bridge crew. Cowley's shortstop, Gunn, was ahseht, cailsihg a hole in that place. In the ninth innings Smythe replaced'Fortier in the bo.x, no one getting to first base. LEAGUE STANDING River ...... ,........ ,., 5 0 1.000 Cowley ................ 2 3 .-100 Lundbreck ............. 0 i .000 The next league game is at Ltmd-breck on Saturday, June 28tli, the River team being the visitors. CLASSY TEAM WON London, June 23.-At the International horse show today, Judge H. W. Moore, of New York, turned tbe tables on his four-in-hand rivals by win-nlng With his slashing bays class 49, in which the appointments of the competitors were judged. Grassy Lake, .Tune 23.-At Inst a schedule of games for the Southern Alberta football league has been arranged and with a few minor changes win probably be approved by the clubs in the 'dagiie, Afacleod, Callies of Letlibrldge, Taber and Grassy Lake. The schedule will permit of several friendly games being played here and an effort Is being made for a game v.itli Medicine Hat in Grassy Lake before July 1st. The schedule, excepting the game played here on May 24, when the home team defeated Taber, is as follows: July 1-Grassy Lake at Taber. Jul.v 5-Macleod at Lethbridge. July 12-Grassy Lake at Lethbridge. July 14-Grassy Lake at .Macleod. July 19-Tabor at Lethbridge. July 21-Taber at Macleod. July 36-Lethbridge at Macleod. August 2-Macleod at Tabor. August 4-Macleod at Grassy Lake. Aug'ust 9-Lethbridge at Taber. August 11-Lethbridge at Grassy Lake. Just Possible "I don't understand why we seem to be growing tired of each other," said a husband of but a few months. "I haven't an Idea!" said the wife. "W�ll, replied the young man, "perhaps that is the reason."-Lipplnoott's Magazine, REDS BEAT OUT; PIR.ATES ^ iCincinnativ June 23, ^ Cindinnati made an uphill fight and won from Pittsburg today 7 to 6. The winning rtm was scored in the eighth by Har-ter, who singled and was brought hoine by Bates' single. Score : Pittsburg .................. 6 8 2 Cincinnati............... 7 11 1 � Cooper, Camnitz, Robinson and Coleman; Benton, Johnson, Barter and Clarke. THEY BROKE. EVEN Chicago, ' Jvme 23.-Chicago -and St. Louis broke even today, the locals losing the initial garae,.l to 3, and winning the second 4 to 3, after a 12-inning pitchers' battle between Russell and Hatnilton. Iff the second game both teams iielded raggedly. Scores:? First game- St. Louis .................. 3 7 0 Chicago ..................... ,1" Baumgaftner and Agnew ; Cicoite, Russeli; Whrte and Schalk. Second game- ^ ,' f% St. Louis ... ... ...... ... 3 7 42 Chicago ... ...... ............^4 1.0 5 Hamiltcn.f and Alexander ; Rubeil and SchalkJ New York at Washington, rain. Chicago at St. Louis, wet grounds. MINOR_GAMES International G4W WAS WILD Providence, June 23.-Bailey was almost unhittable this afternoon, and Providence broke its losing streak by defeating Toronto 3 to 0. Gaw pitched a good game, his wild-ness in the fifth proving his undoing, however. Toronto..................... 0 4 " 2 Providence .................. 3 5 1 Gaw and Bemis ; Bailey and Koch-er. At Newark : Montreal ......�......... ...... 2 Newark ..................... 3 . Mattem and Madden ; Lee Higgins. 6 2 6 2 and At Jersey City : (11 innings). Rochester .................. 7 'ig Jersey City .................. 8 12 Keefe, Wilhelm, Quinn and Wil-Williams ; Doescher, Manser, Michaels and Blair. .1 �^i'lCAPT, HARRY P. WHITNEY, of the American Polo Team. Buffalo at Baltimore, rain. Northwestern Victoria 2, Spokane 0. Tacoma 8, Seattle 0. Other game postponed. Pacific Coast Sari Francisco 4, Portland 3, No other games. Association Minneapolis 1, Columbus 0. Kansas City 2, Toledo 0. No other games. Northern Winnipeg 7, Virginia 4. Winona 1. Duluth 3. Minneapolis 12, St, Paul 6. Superior 3, Grand Forks 2. Canadian Hamilton 13, Guelph 8. Berlin 2, Peterboro 1. Brantford 5, Ottawa 0. St. Thomas 9, London 7. BSO. IN U. S. PAT. OFF. AND THROUOHOUT THB WORbO TimMMKOFSimL^ Cartridges of Known Rmputation and Quality When you buy loaded shells or caftridges'you want fttem to be sure-fire and ax^curate^ andiio/have the proper speed and penetration-qualities which are all essential for good shooting. There is nothing in the appearance of a shell or a cartridge thM; indicates whether it does or does not possess these qualities, forj the elements that make them cannot be seen. There-, fore when buy?,t7g you have to rely upon reputation. Loaded Shells and Cartridges enjoy the highest reputation the world over for quality and reliability. When you buy, if you will insist upon having Winchester make you can feel confident of getting loaded shells and cartridges which are sure to give the fullest measure of shooting satisfaction. All Winchester Loaded Shells and Cartridges are made at the works of the Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn,, U. S. A., under the same aldllful management and by the same up-to-date and careful system of manufacture which have made Winchester Rifles the best and most generally used sporting arms in the world. Winchester - the W, brand of loaded shells and cartridges may cost a few cents more over the counter, but any difference in price is more than made up by their superior quality and general dependability. When you go to your dealer's, do not ask for "some" shells or cartridges, but specify Winchester make. The results will repay you. They are madm by TBn makmrs of thm famous winchmstmr guns. sold mvmrywhmrb 85 7876 ;